If you’ve been researching skincare products, you may have heard or read about the wonders of derma needling. It is a relatively new skin rejuvenation procedure that promises to make your skin look and feel healthier from inside and out. Its supposed benefits range from scar reduction to erasing skin aging signs such as wrinkles and fine lines. If you have these skin concerns, then you need to seriously consider giving it a try.
In this article, we will give you a brief introduction to derma needling or skin needling and the benefits that it can deliver to your skin!
What is derma needling?
Microneedling or derma needling is a treatment that aims to revitalise the skin through the use of tiny needles to stimulate collagen and elastin production. Creating microscopic injuries on the skin with the use of a microneedling device such as Dermapen promises to produce essential skin cell building blocks.
By boosting the production of collagen and elastin, skin concerns such as enlarged pores, dry skin, wrinkles, fine lines, stretch marks and acne are greatly reduced over time. In addition, microneedling also improves the complexion and texture of the skin.
Why should you try derma needling for skin rejuvenation?
- Derma needling is a low-pain-level procedure. Even those with sensitive skin can undergo Dermapen skin needling without the risk of side effects and complications. The procedure is virtually painless on the skin surface that is treated with a skin needling pen.
- Unlike other traditional skin rejuvenation procedures, a single derma needling session will only take 45 to 60 minutes of your time. The length of a microneedling procedure depends on the severity of a patient’s skin condition.
- One of the best things about derma needling for skin rejuvenation is that there is minimal downtime post procedure. There will be slight redness and minimal bleeding, but these side effects will subside in a few hours. You can resume your normal activities as fast as 24 after microneedling session.
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